Water Damage Prevention

Leak detector are commonly used in oil and gas production plants as well as other industrial operations. It is a device used to detect any form of leakage. There are two types of leak detectors: passive and active. Passive detectors detect the presence of liquid or gaseous leaks through the use of metal tubing or pipes. The latter are then connected to leak detectors, which in turn emit signals to the main monitor.

Uses a Leak Detector

Piping and drainage leak detectors are highly sensitive instruments that can only detect very small leaks. Passive pipe leak detectors use the principle of radio waves that have a sensitivity that is highly similar to ultrasound. These instruments must be placed near the point of the leak in order to obtain high quality signals. Some leak detectors are designed to work in conjunction with other instruments such as gas detection systems or geotech sensors to detect extremely small leaks that can be difficult to detect using other instruments.

The leak detection system consists of two major elements. They are the leak detector itself and a pump. Once the leak detector begins to emit signals, it is essential to quickly act upon these signals in order to prevent severe water damage to structures. Once the leak detector begins emitting signals, it is essential to immediately cease operation of all water-using appliances and stop water flow to the leaking pipe. It is also important to take immediate action to minimize the risk of any injury occurring as a result of the leak. This is especially critical in the case of a malfunctioning or failing water-using appliance.